Posts Tagged ‘galaxy hut’

This Week in Beer: DC Brau Launch, Flying Dog Exclusive, Brew Cruise and More

It's another big week for craft beer fans in D.C. There is plenty to do from fancy multi-course pairing dinners to casual pay-as-you-drink draft nights and even a beer cruise on the Potomac. Read on for my picks or click on any event in the D.C. Beer Events Calendar above for more details. My pick of […]

This Week: Norwegian Rarities at Paradiso, KBS Release at ChurchKey, Homebrew Competition at Meridian Pint, Beer Class at Washington Wine Academy & Old Dominion Meet & Greet at RFD

It is a fantastic week for enjoying craft beer in (and just outside) the District with plenty of opportunities to warm up your whistle for St. Patrick's Day. Read on for my recommendations or click on any event in the D.C. Beer Events Calendar above for more details. PICKS OF THE WEEK On Monday Pizzeria Paradiso in […]

This Week: Ithaca Beer at ChurchKey, HopSlam at Galaxy Hut & Brewer’s Ball at Nationals Park

The week ahead holds plenty of organized fun for D.C. craft beer fans. Click on any event in the D.C. Beer Events Calendar above for the more details or read on for my notes and picks. I have become a bigger fan with every unique, hop-forward brew I try from Ithaca Beer Company. It follows that my top […]

This Week: Hofstetten, Epic & Great Divide at ChurchKey, Virginia Showcase at Galaxy Hut, Pairings at Ella’s & Matchbox

Here's your beer fun fix for the week. Read on or click on an event in the D.C. Beer Events Calendar for details. On Monday starting at 4PM, ChurchKey is featuring five draft beers from Brauerei Hofstetten, a small Austrian craft brewery that focuses on unique interpretations of classic German beer styles. I had my first […]

This Week: Dinner at Belga, Meet the Brewers at Mad Fox & New Year’s Eve Bashes for Beer Geeks

If the other bubbly beverage, beer, is what you prefer to toast this New Year's, you are in luck. Below is a run down of the week in beer with a list of places for beer geeks to ring in the new year with craft beer. For more details about any event, click on it […]

Festival of Pints: Where to Have Your Fill of Holiday Beers

It's a very good week to be celebrating the holidays in D.C. Several local beer-focused bars have surrendered the entirety of their draft lines to the spirit of the season. What that means for beer enthusiasts in town over the next week is that instead going from place to place to pick from just a […]

This Week: Sly Fox at ChurchKey, Oliver Ales at Paradiso, Uinta at Galaxy Hut, Beer School at The Brick Great Lakes at The Black Squirrel & North Coast Everywhere

Whoa! Lots of beer fun to be had this week. Read on for a daily rundown, but for details on an event click on it in our D.C. Beer Events Calendar above. Monday Birch & Barley is hosting Sly Fox brewmaster Brian O'Reilly from Phoenixville, Pennsylvania for a five-course, seven-beer dinner.  Across town Pizzeria Paradiso Georgetown […]

The Super List: May 2010

It's Super List time again. This is the monthly post where we share our top beers, which are defined by a "Super" rating in Tammy's beer journal. Visit our introductory post for a more thorough explanation of the series, but let's get on to the beers. The theme this time around seems to be big […]

This Week: The Bruery at Galaxy Hut, Schlafly Launch at ChurchKey, Beerspotter Dinner at Granville Moore’s & Beer vs. Wine at National Geographic

It seems like the calm before the storm with only a handful of beer events in the next few weeks before the madness of American Craft Beer Week (May 17 to 23) and SAVOR starts up. There may only be a few events, but they are big ones. First up, all week there is a […]

‘Tis the Season: Patio “Nanobar” Open at Galaxy Hut

To many a beer geek's delight, Galaxy Hut in Clarendon has started featuring a different keg or cask and selection of cans on their patio each weekend. The charmingly named "nanobar" is cash only, and will be open every Friday and Saturday night through late fall–weather permitting, of course. (Only so many people can fit […]

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